Japan Beats Australia 3-2 In East Asian Cup

Japan beats Australia 3-2 in East Asian CupYuya Osako scored two goals Thursday to give Japan a 3-2 win over Australia in the East Asian Cup.

Australia trailed 2-0 before Mitchell Duke scored in the 76th minute and Tomi Juric equalized three minutes later, but Osako sealed the win with his second goal in the 80th to give Japan its first win of the tournament.

Datsun Relaunched As Dacia Of The East With New Go Supermini

Datsun Relaunched as Dacia of the East with New GO SuperminiDatsun is back some three decades after Nissan came to the decision that it would be to its best interest to kill the name in the early 1980s. Now, Datsun is starting afresh as the third Nissan Motor Company's brand after Nissan and Infiniti as a maker of low-cost vehicles – think of it as the Japanese equivalent of the Renault-Nissan Alliance's Dacia brand.

Kddi Starting Operations Of The Optical Submarine Cable Between Japan And Singapore South-east Asia Japan Cable System

KDDI Starting operations of the Optical Submarine Cable between Japan and Singapore SOUTH-EAST ASIA JAPAN CABLE SYSTEMEffective today, KDDI begins operations of the optical submarine cable, the South-East Asia Japan Cable (hereafter SJC) in order to meet the large capacity communication needs of the internet age. Japan is at its hub connecting the shortest route between Singapore and other Southeast Asian data centers to the United States' west coast data center.

Look East Power-pond Plus Mobile Battery Charger

Look East Power-Pond Plus Mobile Battery ChargerLook East launched its newly mobile battery charger the Power-Pond Plus. This pocket-friendly device is equipped with a 3 stage battery level indicator LED light, a microSD card reader, a micro-USB cable that is built into the main body, a USB connection interface, a built-in LED light that can be used as an emergency light source and a high-capacity 2600mAh battery. The Power-Pond Plus is priced at 1,980 Yen (about $19).

Five Minutes With Juergen Schmitz, General Manager Of Infiniti, Middle East

Five Minutes with Juergen Schmitz, General Manager of Infiniti, Middle EastJuergen Schmitz has worked in the automotive industry for just over 20 years across several brands. He joined the Middle East team in September 2011 after four years as Infiniti Regional Director of central Europe. In his current role as General Manager, his main areas of responsibility are to enhance brand power, develop the interior and exterior design of existing dealerships and increase market share. Following are his comments before the Bahrain Grand Prix.